Lane closures will occur
during non-commute hours. Limited noise from utility trucks and jackhammers
will occur during daytime hours only and not during the lunch hour. For the
safety of the public and workers, parking spaces and lane closures will occur
with at least one lane of traffic open at all times and at all intersections.
Parking meter signs will reflect specific modified dates and hours of
operation, avoiding long-term parking restrictions. Holes will not be left
uncovered upon completion of investigation.
The Bay Area Rapid Transit to Silicon Valley Project is an extension of the existing BART system to San Jose, Milpitas and Santa Clara. This project plans to extend the current BART system 16 miles beginning at the future BART Warm Springs Station in Fremont and proceed on the former Union Pacific right-of-way through Milpitas to south of Mabury Road in San Jose. The extension would then descend into a 5.1 mile-long subway tunnel, continue through downtown San Jose, and end at grade in Santa Clara near the Caltrain Station. A maintenance and vehicle storage yard would be at the terminus of the project in Santa Clara.